leasehold estate


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leasehold estate

The interest a tenant has to possess and use property by virtue of a lease.

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Such a landlord right may chill the market and thus afford an opportunity for the landowner to acquire the tenant's leasehold estate at less than market value.
The accelerated tax benefit from the amortization of a leasehold estate would be a valuable tax shield, but the courts have denied the deduction numerous times (although not in recent cases), and the statute and regulation adopt that interpretation.
Unless rent escalations are determinable, the leasehold mortgagee may not be able to evaluate the "fair market value" of the leasehold estate to determine whether the leasehold mortgagee has satisfied its legal investment requirements.
In an earn-in basis, CUBO will finance USD1,575,000 for the production of an initial Ellenburger well and finance drilling programmes of two additional wells on the South 40 acreage of the JB Tubb Leasehold Estate.
Payment issues may arise when materials are supplied to a project involving improvements to a leasehold estate.
Much of the history of Sutherland is the history of a large-scale residential leasehold estate, created in 1881 from 12,000 acres of the 13,000-acre property of Thomas Holt.
words that indicate the present transfer of the leasehold estate such as "the landlord hereby leases .
The loan is collateralized by the leasehold estate and the furniture, fixtures and equipment of Rocky Gap.
A leasehold estate is the interest of the tenant or lessee.
OB) revealed on Friday that it will explore various options for deploying new work programmes for its number 18-one well and Craward number two well bore located in JB Tubb Leasehold Estate, Amoco Crawar Field, Ward County, Texas.